Here is a way to get around that, nothing illegal, just a workaround...
Many Geekzone members found this information very useful in another thread, but it was buried deep so I have made this thread to give it the attention it deserves, to help those wanting to purchase an item from a US residents only website.
While many Geekzone members have followed these steps and successfully imported from US residents only websites, you do so at your own risk.
These instructions are provided by NZtechfreak as he explained the process so well, found on another thread I made covering the same topic over at Nokiausers.net, so credit to him for these instructions.
1. Sign up to Shipito - you'll get given your shipito address, and you can set your account defaults, for example default postal method
2. Add money to your Shipito account - they suggest at least the deposit $8.50 (cost of any single transaction). Doesn't really matter how much to be honest, you can always add money later (of course its worth adding enough to cover the shipping for your item, that way it'll be sent straight away instead of waiting for you to add funds). You can enter the dimesions of your item in their website to get a quote for shipping costs, many sellers like Amazon have the dimensions of things listed on their website.
3. Call your credit card company, ask them to change your billing address to match your shipito address. I explained that I wanted to do it to make a purchase online from overseas, they had no problems with this and were very helpful (another kiwi did this recently too and found it wasn't an issue).
4. Make your purchase.
5. When it arrives to your shipito address you'll be notified via email to complete your customs declaration, finalise shipping method etc. Providing you have enough funds loaded to your account it'll be sent once they have the customs declaration details from you. This is all done via the website, very straight forward.
Regarding customs declarations - you are able to declare the item at whatever value you like. This means you can evade import duties etc, thus reducing the cost. If it is lost in the post however you can only claim back its declared value, and if customs know or find out the real value, you can still be stung for tax, possibly customs could hit you up for tax avoidance, so you'll have to make your own determination about how much risk you assume if you are thinking about under-declaring its value.
6. Wait for your item to arrive in the post!
1) The warranty will be a US one, so should you have any problems, you would have to post the device back to the USA at your own cost and delay
2) The power plug will be a USA one, so to work in your country, you may need to purchase an adapter